Mobile community hub supports Farnley and Wortley residents


People living in Farnley and Wortley are being encouraged to make use of a mobile hub for their council, information and library needs.

The Mobile Hub vehicle is in Farnley and Wortley on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9.30am until 3.30pm.

It serves as a point of a contact for local residents who are looking for help with a variety of Council and Library services much like a regular community hub.

Examples of assistance residents can get help with include:

  • Housing – rent, repairs, tenancy enquiries, applications and priority enquiries
  • Council Tax – change of address, discounts, payment arrangements, recovery enquiries
  • Benefits – Council Tax support, Housing Benefit and DHP applications and enquiries, general advice with state benefits
  • Employment Support – working with LCC Jobshops we can offer one to one support to eligible residents with CV writing, job applications and interview preparation
  • Library services – residents can register with Leeds Libraries to borrow and return books as well as order books to be delivered to the vehicle.
  • Self-service computers and free WiFi – using their Leeds Libraries card, residents can log on to a public access PC and get digital assistance
  • General assistance with LCC services – reporting ASB and waste/tipping issues, parking permits, Blue Badge and Blind & Disabled Persons Bus Pass applications.
  • Financial Inclusion – signposting to schemes such as emergency food and fuel and debt advice.

Also, in light of the upcoming May local elections, staff are able to help residents who don’t have valid photo ID to apply for a voter authority certificate including providing a photo for the application.

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